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New York, NY | Walkthrough of Mika Tajima: Super Natural at the Hill Art Foundation

June 13 | 5:00 pm 6:00 pm

Installation view: Mika Tajima: Super Natural. Hill Art Foundation, May 3–July 26, 2024. © Hill Art Foundation. Photo: Matthew Herrmann.

ArtTable community members are invited on a walkthrough of Mika Tajima: Super Natural in the galleries of the Hill Art Foundation in Chelsea, overlooking the High Line. With Astrid Hill, Founder of Monticule Art Advisory and the Vice President of the Hill Art Foundation, and Sarah Needham, Executive Director of the Hill Art Foundation, we will explore a selection of Tajima’s recent work in a diverse and inventive range of media, from textiles and thermoformed paintings to sculpture in blown glass and stone. Curated by Mika Yoshitake, Super Natural highlights Tajima’s investigation of the complex relationships humans have with technology, the built environment, and one another, as well as her interest in making the invisible visible through works of art.

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  • Member Guests – $20
  • Non-Members – $25

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About the Hill Art Foundation
The Hill Art Foundation is a public exhibition and education space that presents rotating exhibitions and ongoing arts education programs. Opened in 2019 in a custom-built 7,700-square-foot space in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, the Foundation is free and open to the public. Exhibitions include works on loan from the Hill Collection, as well as collaborative projects with leading artists, collections, and institutions. The Foundation was founded by J. Tomilson and Janine Hill, collectors and philanthropists based in New York. The Foundation offers year-round educational programming for New York City high school students through three unique programs: Teen Curators, HAF Educators, and Teen Summer Fellows.

Astrid Hill is the President and Founder of Monticule Art Advisory, a full-service art advisory based in New York, which focuses on placing works by living artists with collectors with whom she has established long-standing relationships. She also serves as Vice President and Curator of Emerging Artists at the Hill Art Foundation. She works closely with artists, collectors, and the gallerists who represent these artists. She is Chair Emeritus of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Apollo Circle group, a member of the International Director’s Council (IDC) and Education Committee at the Guggenheim Museum, Independent Curators International (ICI) and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts (FCA). Astrid received a BA from Brown University and received her Master of Arts from Christie’s Education in the History of Art and the Art Market: Modern and Contemporary.

Sarah Needham has been the Executive Director of the Hill Art Foundation since 2018. Previously she was a Program Officer at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation where she oversaw the arts and education portfolio. From 2008-2012, Needham worked at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, where she held a variety of roles in public relations and development and helped to organize the campus’ first-ever public art initiative. Needham holds a B.A. in Art History from Williams College and an M.B.A. from New York University’s Stern School of Business. She serves on the Board of Directors for Danspace Project and is a member of the Education Committee at the Guggenheim Museum.

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